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The Best Way to Save Food and Store Leftovers -- Savings Experiment

Jul 22nd 2010 10:40AM It means that the author relied on spell check to catch ALL the errors (spelling & grammar).

We Know the Middle Name, Now What?

May 29th 2010 9:48PM Amen, amen, amen! I go by my middle name, always have.

'NCIS' Cast in Contract Dispute

Apr 30th 2010 11:33AM Well, if Ducky is gone so am I. Same for DiNozzo, McGee & Abby - they are the heart of the team.

Sweet! Maple Syrup May Fight Cancer, Other Diseases

Mar 26th 2010 11:40AM I can find it easily at Kroger. Whole Foods carries the kind that is already bottled as well as having it available in the bulk items area.

Is It Time for the 'American Idol' Battle of the Sexes to End?

Mar 7th 2010 10:54AM Wow! I really wish you hadn't said that.

Now I'm gonna HAVE to watch a show on FOX!!! And tell Nielson about it. Because after your comments, I've got to make sure that AI stays on the air!

Why 'We Will Not Pay For Facebook' and Gold Membership Scams Refuse to Die

Feb 23rd 2010 3:14PM Charging for membership will NOT stop children from joining the site. Many children have plenty of money to spend on games & recreation. Age limits haven't worked, why would charging membership fees?

The Dangers of Laundry Detergent Overload

Feb 6th 2010 10:02AM Gee, have none of you ever heard of vinegar? I use 1 cup of vinegar in the rinse every time I do laundry. Not only does it get soap out of my clothes, it keeps the pipes and drains clear. When I bought a new washer several years ago, the guy who installed it could not believe how little soap residue there was in either the hoses or the machine.

Oh, and your clothes don't smell like salad dressing. And you don't need to add fabric softener.

The Tasty Tang of Vinegar

Jan 18th 2010 9:45PM Lin, I'm with you about the cider vinegar. I think the health benefit is that you tend to drink more water than many did before.

I like to dress my salads with a few sprinkles of sherry or red wine vinegar before I add 1 tablespoon of Hidden Valley Ranch dressing. Then I use a covered bowl to shake the salad so that it all gets a nice light coat of the dressing.


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